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. ed atorino. >>> president obama calling for smart spending cuts. but what does that mean? we'll get washington speak translated by former gop senator judd gregg? >>> and did beyonce blow out the lights at the super bowl? maybe. we'll talk about that. the superdome power outage. >>> also the beatles said money can't buy you love but can it buy you happiness? we'll see what the millionaires say. stay with us. is is for real thi. is is for real thi. step seven point two one two. verify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative software on the planet... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. >>> welcome back. the dow industrial it is pulling way back from friday's 14,000 peak in a significant way. let's get to bob pisani recapping the movers. >> biggest declines of the year. declines up 1.5% to 2% in all the big names. but please note compared to what happened in europe, this is small potatoes. put up some of what happened here. nothing yet in italy the oldest bank
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to michelle obama at the president's state of the union address tomorrow night in washington, d.c. that should be very interesting. i wonder what that's going to be about. the stock up 1% today. the dow lower. we're coming off the low right now. i pointed out earlier that the s&p has been down every monday this year. that's five trading days. here's what the s&p has done year to date. we don't get the knnuances of t trading here. but so far up 6 1/3%. peter costa -- >> yes. >> you've told us as a skeptic you threw in the towel recently and were willing to buy this market. >> it was right after i spoke to ralph. >> he considered you to turn bullish. >> he did. >> but you have to admit this market is getting tired here, don't you think? >> if you look at the market where we're down 19 today, i think we'll churn a bit. i think this churning might go on for probably another couple of months. but i don't think the market's -- it's not done yet. i just think that right now we're going to be in a pausing phase. and i do think at some point in the next two to three months -- >> you don't see a correct
for the market, since the re-election of president obama since a 12% gain in the dow. japan is looking to cash in. still worried about what we're seeing in europe. if all the companies keep debasing their currencies, where are we going, all on the same track. right now the way to put the money is put it in the u.s. japan has obviously benefitted from that. >> you have not been alone on the floor here among your trading brethren who have been skeptical of this rally as it continued. some others though have thrown in the towel and are going with the trend higher. are you still skeptical? >> i'm definitely still skeptical. >> okay. i think the risk is to the down side. if we get a 5% pullback, which would not be bad for the market, are people going to put their money to work. putting it into work when times are good. when times are bad, markets back off and that's where markets seem to accelerate. >> going out neither highs of the day with the dow up about 5.25 points here, and the s&p up a fraction right now. stand by. a lot of earnings news coming your way. plus former fdic chair sheila bair comin
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